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uCONVERT: Unit Converter with Touch UI
User joeearl13 has created a rather nice looking unit converter called uCONVERT. From angles to weights, it does it all with a great interface to boot, uConvert even downloads the latest currency rates for you if you want it to.
It does require you to have Flash Lite 3.1 installed to run it, but it’s worth the end result.
Originally posted by joeerl13
uCONVERT is a unit converter designed for touch-screen Windows Mobile Phones. Featuring high-resolution (VGA+) graphics, intuitive slot reel interface and hundreds of units. Currently available in 7 languages.
- High-resolution touch UI
- 17 Unit categories with 100+ units
- 7 Languages – English, Spanish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian and Persian
- Windows Mobile 6.1 and 6.5
- QVGA, WQVGA, VGA and WVGA resolutions supported
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